Tag: Thomas J. Stanley

Onward

By Sarah Fallaw on Feb 28th, 2019 in Current Events

Dear Faithful Readers and Fans, Thank you for continuing to read and respond to the blogs and publications associated with my father’s work. For the last four years you’ve allowed me the honor to continue writing for and posting on his blog, and I have been thankful for the opportunity to share my thoughts and […]

Grateful

By Sarah Fallaw on Dec 24th, 2015 in Current Events

This year has been a challenging one, made brighter by the support and kind words we have received from around the world. My family and I have read your emails, comments, and letters and are truly touched by the impact that my father’s work had on so many. My wish for the new year is […]

A New Home for The Millionaire Next Door

By Sarah Fallaw on Nov 3rd, 2015 in Current Events Works of Thomas J. Stanley

Always a teacher, my father loved uncovering hidden trends in the economy, in consumer behavior, and in marketing research, and then sharing them with others. He loved reading articles in newspapers, cutting them out, making notes all over the margins, and then turning those findings into essays on how individuals approach money. I would share […]

Wealth Building from the Old Testament

By Thomas J. Stanley on Sep 13th, 2011 in Lessons Learned

Perhaps you are a contractor hired to build a mansion.  You need a driveway made of cobblestones recently discovered from an ancient road bed near Boston and someone to provide an elegant marble surface for the foyer of the home.  You may likely call J.J. Flowers Surfacing to complete the work.  Mr. Flowers has a long […]